Misinformation Midterms? Understanding the Anatomy of Online Smears and Conspiracies

Presented at ONA18
September 12, 2018
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Will false information sway the 2018 midterms? Learn how misinformation campaigns and hoaxes are created and spread across social platforms from Storyful journalists in this workshop. We’ll look at recent examples such as the current midterm campaigns, the #QAnon conspiracy, abortion rights, and other contentious topics such as gun control and racism.

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